Microarray Printing Tools
By using PSTI Silicon Microarray Technology,
your laboratory can reduce the price for printing biological/chemical
microarrays and produce the highest array quality at the same
time. Please click here for pricing information.
Reusable High Density Silicon Microtiter Plates
SBS format silicon plates with 384, 1536, 6144, 24576 or higher
wells.Custom plate designing is available.
Reusable Microtiter Filter Plates
Silicon Microarray Technology silicon microtiter filter
plates in 384, 1536, 6144 format plates are available in full
SBS format sizes or half-sizes. These plates can be custom modified
according to your requirements.
Silicon IR Plates
Due to its considerable transparency to infrared radiation, silicon
makes an ideal substrate or sample holder for the parallel measurement
of samples with infrared radiation by transmission/reflection.
Several plate configurations are available including flat or tapered
wells at any standard SBS density (384, 1536 and 6144 well formats).
Custom plate designing is available.
Synthesize oligonucleotides of high fidelity in the confidentiality
of your own laboratory using our patent pending high density flow
through silicon chips that allow rapid kinetic access to the synthesis
region but with the complete elimination of chemical crosstalk
between samples. The specifications call for the synthesis of
1536 ~70-mers in 3 hours with ~1mL of reagents. Our technology
is capable of producing only the DNA you need today - DNA on Demand
- avoiding use of large amounts of expensive reagents and the
trouble of archiving and tracking thousands of samples.
Si Wands for Protein Crystal Growth/harvesting/mounting
Using Parallel's silicon wands, the growth, harvesting, mounting
and crystal quality determination operations are performed as
one seamless procedure thereby eliminating many of the laborious
and expensive operations associated with protein crystallization.
The silicon wands will facilitate rapid screening of crystallization
results using X-ray diffraction and would dramatically revolutionize
the way high-throughput crystallography is conducted to date.
Protein Crystallization Chips: PXC ('Pixie')
Parallel's nanofabricated chips are engineered to accelerate the
crystallization of proteins. The technology is based on the preparation
of a surface that acts as an epitaxial nucleant towards the formation
of protein crystals. The effect is strong and highly specific
with some proteins crystallizing in less than an hour and only
at very specific chip addresses. Please click here for more information.
An all-silicon, positive displacement, zero dead volume pump and
pumping volumes scalable from pL to µL suitable to various
applications ranging from biotechnology to fuel cells. Please
click here for more information.